Climate Positive Partially Addressed Mail

Use Enviromail for your partially addressed mail campaigns and you’ll not only get great value mail, but we’ll also offset double the distribution carbon for free.


We offer sustainable FSC and PEFC papers, environmentally friendly printing and are fully ISO 9001 (Quality), ISO 14001 (Environmental) and ISO 27001 (Security) accredited. And we cover all the UK.


Get in touch to discuss your next campaign.

What is PAM?

Partially Addressed Mail (PAM) sits between direct mail and door drop.


Instead of distributing to a postcode sector (2,000+ households) like with door drop, you will be mailing everyone in a specific postcode (usually around 15 households).


This allows for more accurate targeting, and is great for brands with a niche audience.

Is PAM the best channel for me?

If you are interested in trialling mail (PAM, direct mail or door drop), please get in touch.


We will review your brand, target audience, required ROI and existing marketing operations to advise you on which channel would be best suited to your brand, goals and expectations.


Generally, PAM is excellent for prospecting niche audiences offline. Please get in touch for more info.

Case Studies

See how Enviromail’s eco-friendly and non-polluting postage services have helped our clients to increase ROI and reduce their carbon footprint.

Sustainable Partially Addressed Mail


As our name suggests, Enviromail are 100% committed to improving the enviroment.


As well as offsetting the carbon from the distribution of your letterbox marketing campaigns, we’re investing in our Scottish Oxygen Farm. Originally a commercial pine forest plantation, we’re replanting it as a mixed native deciduous woodland together with wetland, ponds and native flora to encourage wildlife.


Full of rich biodiversity it’s a wonderful asset with intrinsic value and the potential for large quantities of carbon sequestration.

How do I get started?

Easy, just get in touch below and tell us about your campaign and mailing requirements. We’d love to help!